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MBBS, MD (General Medicine) Assistant Professor, IQ City Medical College, Durgapur

What is Diabetes & How is diabetes treated ?

It is a clinical condition where blood glucose level is too high. There are mainly two types: Type 1, which is insulin dependent where the pancreas is not able to produce enough insulin; and Type 2, where the body either doesn't produce enough insulin, or it resists insulin. This type is more common. Symptoms are fatigue, frequent urination, increased thirst with dryness of mouth, blurred vi...

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MS: Ortho, FRCSEd, MCH: Ortho (Liverpool); FRCS: Trauma and Orthopedics (UK), Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon

What is arthroplasty?

The term arthroplasty _ literally means changing/replacing the damaged surface of joints. Normally in any joint, two smooth surfaces play against each other during movement and there is a bit of natural lubricant which facilitates the movement. Now if either of the surfaces becomes rough or irregular, the smooth movement can't take place between the two. During an arthroplasty operation either ...

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Dr. Sougata Kumar Sarkar

MBBS (HONS), MS (OBG), FMAS, FIAOG Department of Obstetrics & Gynae

If I conceive after taking i-pill, will it affect my baby? Do I need to abort the pregnancy?

Emergency contraceptive pills like i-pill is usually taken within 72-hours of unprotected intercourse. It helps in prevention of pregnancy but has a failure rate resulting in conception even after taking the pill. Therefore, conceiving even after taking emergency contraceptive is not harmful for the lady and the child. Unnecessary fear on the mind of the users can lead to unwanted abortions.

Tumpa Mondal Borjora

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Dr. S. K. Mahapatra

MBBS, DNB, MNAMS Fellowship in Arthroplasty, Ortho Consultant & Joint Replacement Surgeon Department of Orthopaedic

I am a 29-year-old female. I had Cesarean delivery 8 months back. Now there is a pain on my back where I got injection. I am also having problem while bending forward and lifting my baby. Please advise me some remedy.

As you are a breastfeeding mother, the demand of calcium in your body is high. The pain on your back is most commonly due to deficiency of calcium and vitamin D. It has nothing to do with the Cesarean delivery. Please start taking tablets for calcium and vitamin D. Consult your physiologist for spinal exercises. Consult your orthopedic doctor and you should be fine in a month or two.

Joyee Roy Siduli

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Dr. Debabrata Mukherjee

MBBS, MD (Medicine) Professor & HOD Department of General Medicine

I am suffering from Chronic Diarrhoea for a long time and I have noticed significant loss of body weight. What to do?

You should immedi­ately consult a senior physician and get your stool and USG examined.

Ayan Das Katwa, Bardhaman

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